Eli Roth’s horror-comedy Cabin Fever was a cult classic, and led to sequels and even a remake! So how does the original hold up now?
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After the years of endless anime fighting games, never did I think Dragon Ball would go for asymmetrical horror.
Taking clear inspiration from games such as Dead by Daylight and Friday the 13th, Dragon Ball: The Breakers will have you struggling to survive against the franchise’s iconic villains.
So Love and Monsters (2020) dropped on Netflix recently, and it instantly caught my eye. I’m a fan of all things apocalyptic, and the premise sounded very familiar to a light-hearted Fallout.
Set during the 1980s at the peak of satanic panic, My Best Friend’s Exorcism follows Abby and Gretchen as they face off against the devil and highschool life.
This book manages to capture all the fun of a great Summer horror movie whilst giving you a glimpse into the life of a teenage girl well.
The opening for IT Part 2 is the most brutal and cruel scene I’ve ever watched. It also does a perfect job at setting the tone for the rest of the film, and what to expect.
In a good way, the scene is more raw and horrifying than what I imagined when I read the book. On that note, who said movies can’t be more terrifying than your imagination?